||Louis Sansing |
||World War I & II
|US Army. |
||2 Jan 1945
||Little Rock, Pulaski Co, Arkansas, USA
- Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock, Arkansas, January 2, 1945, p 10.
||Obituary for Louis Sansing
Louis Sansing. Dies in Mansfield, England. El Dorado, Jan. 1 (Special) --News has been received here of the death in a hospital in Mansfield, England of Louis Sansing, former El Dorado resident, who has been employed by Callahan Construction Company in the British Isles. He formerly was associated with the El Dorado Foundry here. A veteran of World War I, he enlisted for World War II and was in uniform about a year before receiving a medical discharge. He was in defense work before going overseas, Among his survivors is a sister, Miss Bess Sansing of Dallas.
||Blossom, Lamar Co, Texas, USA
|LOUIS SANSING OF BLOSSOM DIES IN MANSFIELD, ENGLAND. Blossom (Special)--Miss Bess Sansing, here from Dallas on a visit, was notified by cablegram Friday of the death of her brother, Louis Sansing, 44, which occurred in Mansfield, England. He had landed in England, on Dec. 13, to be employed as an accountant by an American construction company, under the lend-lease contract, and his death, due to a heart attack, occurred in his hotel room, the message said. Burial will be made there. He had been in the Army but received a medical discharge last March, and since then, had been employed by North American Aviation Corporation in Dallas, prior to his connection with the construction firm. He was born in Blossom and was reared there by his uncle's wife, Mrs. R. Sansing, his parents being the late Mr. and Mrs. Carey Sansing. Besides his sister, a public school music teacher, in Dallas, the only immediate relatives surviving are two cousins. Mrs. Lee Biard of Blossom and Mrs. W. J. Chester, 236 Fitzhugh Ave., Paris. |
- The Paris News Sun, Paris, Texas, December 31, 1944, p 5.
||8 Oct 2023 |